Facial and neck movement dysfunction and chronic pain can occur spontaneously, after trauma or following cancer treatment. Our multidisciplinary team works to optimize function and return patients to a normal and pain-free life. This is done in collaboration with a variety of experts in several fields including:
- Neurologists specializing in facial paralysis and facial pain disorders.
- Prosthodontists who are experts in the prosthetic management of patients, restoring teeth and, when appropriate, replacing facial structures (e.g., ears, noses) in lieu of or prior to reconstruction
- Physical therapists who specialize in head and neck movement and pain disorders, with additional expertise in improving facial function after paralysis.
- Psychologists who help patients navigate these life-altering functional changes.
Through this team-based approach, we approach each patient individually. This allows us to achieve the best results possible so that impacts to speech and swallowing are minimal.
Our dedicated team of therapists works with our physicians to help our patients return to a normal and pain-free life.
Conditions and Treatments
- Facial Movement Disorders / Facial Paralysis
- Facial Pain
- Physical Therapy
Make an Appointment
Cleveland Clinic Center for Facial Reconstruction and Facial Nerve Disorders offers consultations at Cleveland Clinic main campus.
Email: [email protected]
After you call to arrange an initial appointment with our team, one of our providers will reach out to you to perform a pre-visit intake. Please make arrangements to have copies of prior imaging, imaging reports, operative notes, laboratory studies, pathology reports, and consult notes available that you would like us to review prior to your appointment.
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Why go virtual? It's an easy, convenient and secure way to see your provider face-to-face without having to leave home. This saves you travel time, parking fees and time spent in the waiting room — and you can also have a loved one or caregiver join you. If appropriate, you can also get a prescription sent to the pharmacy of your choice.
Many insurance companies cover the cost of virtual visits, so check with your insurance company ahead of time. Interested in getting started? Call your provider to find out what virtual visit options are available.
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Whether you have caregiver access over one family member or several, you can view this list in MyChart under "My Family’s Record."